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Old 06-10-2017, 06:47 AM
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Default Short clutch lever - magura type

Hello guys. Looking for some help. My 2012 ec200 has too long of a clutch lever for me. It's a Magura clutch. I've already used the search option and googled as well. I'm looking for options which won't cost $75 after I factor in the Canadian dollar and shipping. Are there any crossover brands which would fit the magura clutch and be shorter than my stock option? Cheers.


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Old 06-10-2017, 10:24 AM
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KTMs use Magura and shorty levers are available for most if not all trials bikes. You could see if one of them uses Magura.
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Thanks.....I'll get ahold of the nearby KTM dealer.
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I have a 'shorty' Magura lever from MCS(motorcycle spares) that cost $15AU delivered! Not that much shorter than stock though but enough to clear handguards
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I have always hacksawed my levers to the length I prefer and file smooth. Why spend money unnecessarily.
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If you race, the ball at the end of the lever is required.
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Yes. You could weld it back in place as I previously did (and I don't race, just as a safety feature) and it still doesn't compare with the small shorty levers feel. I now use Offparts shorties but I have the AJP clutch, not sure if they make one for Magura.
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If you race, the ball at the end of the lever is required.
I did not know that, although I don't race.

As far as safety goes I run full hand guards.
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